Technology has evolved exponentially for the past few years and we’re surprised everyday by the simplest yet most brilliant ideas from all around the world. This time, two minds brought us qwertySeq().
In fact, if you’ve been looking for an easy way to sequence your midi-enabled synthesizer, this is the right software for you and you should definitely give it a try. From the minds of Matt Dowdney and William Chu, this new Google Chrome extension will allow you to add a 16 step midi sequencer to your browser.
You’re probably thinking ‘’there must be a catch’’, but there surely isn’t. The only thing you need to do is download the free extension and connect your personal midi hardware. The software has eight banks of eight sequencers with a range of 16 steps. At the moment, it lacks of a save feature and the return of audio recording, but these might be what to expect on the next software update.
If you’re a producer this might come in handy and from the moment you get used to the rather complex outlook of it, you’ll find it really useful and it will help you a lot.
You can download the free extension here and if you do try it out, let us know a little bit about your experience.